The use of silylation for minimizing the interference effects caused by contamination in ultra-low level mercury analytics.

  • Teemu Näykki
  • Published 2002 in Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry

Abstract

The use of silylation of glassware in mercury analytics was investigated. By treating the glassware with 5% (v/v) dichlorodimethylsilane in toluene, the surfaces of the vessels were inactivated. Method development proved that silylation can extend the range of stabile, contamination-free area as low as 1 ng/L mercury without any significant investments in… (More)

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@article{Nykki2002TheUO, title={The use of silylation for minimizing the interference effects caused by contamination in ultra-low level mercury analytics.}, author={Teemu N{\"a}ykki}, journal={Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry}, year={2002}, volume={372 7-8}, pages={829-31} }